Since emphasis is on the transonic speed range, special importance is placed on configurations for which available data are sufficient to define accurately a transonic flutter boundary. Only configurations with clean, smooth surfaces are considered suitable. Segmented models or models with surface-slope discontinuities are inappropriate. Excluded also, in general, are configurations and data sets that involve behavior that is uncertain or not well understood, uncertain model properties, or know sensitivities to small variations in model properties. In order to assess the suitability of configurations already tested and the associated data for designation as standard, a survey of AGARD member countries was conducted to seek candidates for the prospective set. The results of that survey are given and summarized along with the initial selection of a standard configuration.